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  • They Keep Orcas Unnaturally Hydrated on Random Things You Should Know About SeaWorld

    (#13) They Keep Orcas Unnaturally Hydrated

    Because orcas prey that would provide them with water, SeaWorld gives the whales a gelatin substance unnatural to their diet in an attempt to keep them hydrated. Tilikum, who weighs 12,000 pounds alone, consumes 83 pounds of gelatin every day.

  • Many Trainers Are Not Animal Experts on Random Things You Should Know About SeaWorld

    (#14) Many Trainers Are Not Animal Experts

    Contrary to popular belief, trainers are not biologists or animal experts, many with no real education in marine biology. In many cases, their sole purpose is for putting on a show. In fact, OSHA cited SeaWorld San Diego for failing to train their employees and trainers on how to "safely interact with killer whales."

  • Don’t Be Fooled By The Dolphins Either on Random Things You Should Know About SeaWorld

    (#7) Don’t Be Fooled By The Dolphins Either

    Despite their image as friendly ocean dwellers, dolphins in SeaWorld’s feed/touch tanks have been known to lash out against visitors.  In 2012, an eight-year-old girl sustained bite wounds after trying to feed one of the dolphins. Experts say the stress of being away from home causes the mammals distress and leads to their outbursts.

  • Dawn Brancheau Was Not Tillikum’s First Victim on Random Things You Should Know About SeaWorld

    (#23) Dawn Brancheau Was Not Tillikum’s First Victim

    Tillikum claimed his first victim at Sealand of the Pacific prior to being brought to SeaWorld. SeaWorld wanted a male for breeding and despite his violent history, they brought him in. With two other female orcas, Tilikum held a trainer underwater until they drowned, the first instance of a captive orca killing a human.

    Again, in 1999, Tilikum killed another, this time an intruder who had stayed in the park after hours. Despite his violent history, Tilikum still took part in SeaWorld shows.

  • Captive Orcas Are Trained Not to Focus On Food on Random Things You Should Know About SeaWorld

    (#5) Captive Orcas Are Trained Not to Focus On Food

    When orcas are in captivity, their trainers condition them to not care about food  – they instead get fully fed by the end of the day regardless of any behavior issues.

  • SeaWorld Has Been Fined For Safety Violations on Random Things You Should Know About SeaWorld

    (#3) SeaWorld Has Been Fined For Safety Violations

    The US Occupational Health and Safety Agency (OSHA) fined SeaWorld $75,000 following trainer Dawn Brancheau’s death, and is working to prevent trainers from getting into the water with SeaWorld orcas ever again. 
     

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September 27th is World Ocean Day. There are more than 90 seas and 4 oceans on our planet. The interesting thing is that the exact number of seas has not yet been determined. The secrets of the Seaworld are still hot topics that people talk about in daily life. For example, what unknown creatures are hidden in the ocean? Is there gold under the sea? 

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